Rights group condemns killing of civilians on Juba-Nimule road

The Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ), a human rights entity in South
Sudan, has deplored Wednesday’s attack on a civilian convoy along the
Juba-Nimule highway.

CPJ’s executive coordinator blamed the East African regional bloc IGAD
for failing to bring about a sustainable peace in South Sudan.

 “CPJ condemns the attack in the strongest terms possible. Those who
will claim the responsibility should to be taken to court,” said Tito

The rights body urged the international community to resuscitate the
2015 peace agreement.

Unknown gunmen on Wednesday morning ambushed a convoy of buses on the
main road connecting South Sudan’s capital with the Ugandan border,
killing at least four civilians.

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